The VBR Team is utilizing technology and conducting business as seamlessly as possible remotely.

  • For members needing to pick up lockboxes and "Welcome Home Bags." They will need to schedule an appointment by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to pick these items up. Our goal is to limit interaction.
  • All VBR meetings will continue to run virtually.
  • Members are encouraged to email or call if they need anything. For contact information click here.

The VBR Team is available and happy to help.

As we have new information and resources to share regarding COVID-19 we will update this section. 

View the COVID-19 statewide dial

What are the capacity restrictions at each level? 

Level Green: Protect our neighbors

No restrictions
Level Blue: Cautious
Field Services may operate, and real estate open houses must follow the Indoor Event requirements, including capacity limits.
Level Yellow: Concern (Current level for Eagle County)
Same as blue.
Level Orange: High Risk 
Field Services may operate, and real estate open houses must follow the Indoor Event requirements. Distancing Space Calculator
Level Red: Severe Risk
Field Services that are not necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and critical operation of residences and other Critical Businesses or Critical Government Functions are closed. Individual real estate showings are authorized, and open houses may operate with only one household in the property at a time.


Eagle County is moving to Level “Yellow” on the state’s COVID-19 dial. The change requires updates to the local public health order. Level Yellow changes will be effective as of 6 a.m. on Feb. 19.

State guidelines for Level Yellow are available on the website for the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Officials are also reminding the community that while local public health agencies have the ability to add local restrictions, they do not have the discretion to be less restrictive than state orders. In addition to the statewide requirements, the transition to Level Yellow will also allow spectators at sporting events again.

Read more here.


According to the COVID-19 Dial, Eagle County is currently in Level Orange. With the current Public Health order that was amended on Friday, the Level Red for real estate changed slightly. It is much easier to determine which level each county is in with this system - and if you are working in different markets. You can see the restrictions based on each level for real estate listed below, depending on the color. With the current cases being very high in Eagle County, I would anticipate seeing us move to the “Level Red” in the upcoming weeks, which brings more restrictions for business. Bookmark the links above so you can be prepared. There is also a helpful video with CAR's Scott Peterson just below in the Legal News section.

Level Purple: Extreme Risk
Field Services that are not necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation and critical operation of residences and other Critical Businesses or Critical Government Functions are closed, including real estate open houses

CAR Legal Bites: Colorado Association of Realtors®' General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses what you need to know as of November 13 about COVID-19 and real estate transactions in Colorado.



Eagle County updates public health order in response to increased disease spread

Eagle County is moving to level “Orange” on the state’s COVID-19 dial. The change requires updates to the local public health order to address increased disease spread in the community. The order continues to incorporate statewide orders in their entirety while including additional local requirements. Both changes will be effective as of 5 p.m. on Nov. 16.

It does mean additional capacity limits on restaurants, retail establishments, places of worship, gyms, group sports, and events. 

Read entire announcement 

COVID Update - Public Health Capacity

Case investigators are now beyond their capacity with over 100 cases reported in 2 days. They are now prioritizing case investigations based on age and occupation (if known), and potential outbreaks (if known), schools and child care. Once they work through the priority groups, they then contact the remaining cases.
Public Health is relying on everyone to act without waiting for public health intervention:

  • If you are sick or test positive = isolate for 10 days.

If you are exposed to someone who has COVID-like symptoms or tests positive = quarantine at home for 14 days.

COVID Testing Locations
Visit one of these two COVID-19 Testing Site if you feel sick, but do not want to see a provider OR you are asymptomatic and have a known exposure.

• AVON - Colorado Mountain Medical Outdoor Trailer. Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm.
• VAIL - Vail Health Outdoor Trailer. 7 Days a week 8:30am - 4:30pm.
• Appointments are required. Please wait to be contacted with an appointment time before proceeding to the trailer.

Visit one of these clinics and see a provider if you feel sick and you do want to see a provider.  

  • AVON - Urgent Care. 7 days a week 8:00am-8:00pm. Walk-ins welcome. 
  • EAGLE - Colorado Mountain Medical. Monday - Friday 8:00am-6:00pm; Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm & Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm. Schedule an appointment.
  • VAIL - Colorado Mountain Medical. Monday - Friday 8:00am-6:00pm; Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm & Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm. Schedule an appointment.

Click here to see how to schedule your appointments via email or phone based on your location preference. 

If You Test Positive

If you test positive, don't wait for public health to call. Notify anyone you've had close contact with during the communicable period to quarantine 14 days from the date of their last exposure to you.

  • Close Contact is defined as someone who was within 6' for 15 min or more.

Communicable period = 2 days before the onset of symptoms. If asymptomatic then 2 days before test collection. 

Updated as things change:

The Division of Real Estate has issued additional guidance for all the items in the Safer At Home phase. It covers all questions of who should be doing what. We wanted to make sure you got this message from DORA and if you did not it is linked here. 

Watch the Legal Bites video from CAR General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses the state’s new 'Safer at Home' Order and Local County Updates. Also included are new Buyer & Seller COVID-19 Advisory Forms.

These forms aren't meant to be used as disclaimers or indemnification documents. Please contact CAR's Legal Hotline with questions on these forms. The Hotline is a free benefit to you as a VBR and CAR members.

Safe Showing Pledge

After hearing concerns from neighbors in the community, we have put together a “Safe Showing Pledge” marketing campaign to share all the extra precautions taken for showing properties by following the state “safer at home” guidelines. Watch the video above to learn more about it.

These guidelines ensure to protect the Vail Valley and Buyers and Sellers. Showing that we care and the REALTOR® value is an important message. We have images created for you to share in your marketing, on your social media, and a Facebook profile image frame that says, “I’m committed to the safe showing pledge.”

Join us in sharing with our neighbors your commitment to the “Safe Showing Pledge.”

View information to share in your marketing & social media for the Safe Showing Pledge

Save Our Season Campaign

Vail Valley has joined the “Save Our Season” initiative. This is a grass-roots, business-led initiative that is designed to supplement (not replace) the Eagle County COVID resources and tools. Eagle County has signed off in support.

You can download a variety of free assets and promotional tools here: SOS Promo Kit Vail Valley. This includes posters, social media resources, and stickers. 

State of Colorado COVID-19 Information

Colorado Department of Public Health

COVID-19 Relief Resources 

CARES Act & SBA Resources for Businesses:

Click here to view a separate page that breakdown all the resources available to the real estate and business community for relief for COVID-19.  

NAR Resources

The National Association of Realtors® is taking steps to support members through these uncertain times. The Right Tools, Right Now initiative makes new and existing NAR products and services available for FREE or at significant discounts – right now – and is available to REALTORS® and REALTOR® Associations.

NAR: Coronavirus Guidance for REALTORS®

CAR Resources 


CAR Expands Legal Hotline Hours

Be On the Lookout for Coronavirus Scams

Upcoming Events & Training:

Every Monday: Managing in Uncertainty series

The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network is adding webinars on a daily basis to address common COVID-19 programs and to give you the opportunity to ask questions of industry experts. You can also find topics for startups, and also the weekly Managing in Uncertainty series (Mondays at Noon). Click here to see a list of webinars (updated daily).